Polite Speech Habitus as a Sociocultural Regulator of Social Networks II. – Definition of the Communication Security Axiom

Slowik Miroslav


Speech politeness is one of the characteristics of the formula of
human speech behaviour, based on the structural aspects of language, anthropology,
sociology and pragmatics, and acts as a speech mechanism acquired
by speakers at a specific time and in a particular politically and ethnically
defined territory. We will attempt to summarize the mentioned findings in
a well-arranged plan, which, although in some aspects allows for a simplified
but internally structured insight into the functioning of speech courtesy as
a cultural artefact, has given preference through the development of the social
construct to certain social values over others.


security; politeness; principle; social communication; national identity

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Vydání: 20, 2018, 1